Afternoon Everyone,

Welcome to the weekly #writephoto prompt!

I collect skulls; I think that a beautiful skull is a really good gift for a guy.

Bella Heathcote

I can’t wait to read your gruesome entries with this one, what a challenge! I wonder if any of you will guess the real story behind this box of skulls.

Box of Skulls
Skulls – Image by KL Caley

For visually challenged writers, the image shows a cardboard box full of various (animal?) skulls.

The regulars already know this bit, but for those that don’t:

  • Each Thursday at Noon GMT I will post the #writephoto prompt
  • Use the image and prompt as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose, as long as it is fairly family-friendly.
  • Please have your entries linked back to the original prompt post by the following Tuesday at Noon GMT.
  • Link back to this post with a pingback (Hugh has an excellent tutorial here)  and/or leave a link in the comments below, to be included in the round-up.
  • Please click their links to visit the blogs of other contributors and take time to read and comment on their work.
  • Use the #writephoto hashtag in your title so your posts can be found.
  • There is no word limit and no style requirements, except that your post must take inspiration from the image and/or the prompt word given in the title of this post.
  • Feel free to use #writephoto logo or include the prompt photo in your post if you wish, or you may replace it with one of your own to illustrate your work.
  • By participating in the #writephoto challenge, please be aware that your post may be featured as a reblog on this blog and I will link to your post for the round-up each week.

If you need some more inspiration or fancy a bit of light reading, check out last weeks round-up.

I can’t wait to read your creations.

Take Care.

KL ❤


23 thoughts on “#WRITEPHOTO – SKULLS

  1. I felt the real story might be that these were found in an old wolves den or something similar and were bewing sent for testing to see what actually ate them?

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